-Please look at Deschutes Tax lot.pdf. The road approach to the house is at the front wider portion of the lot which is 210ft. (please note lot dimensions are feet)
-There is a 240ft setback from the cliff which is on the SE facing portion (110ft)
-The lot is flat.
-There will need to be a well and septic system and natural gas tank attached on property.
-Please note the well must be 100 feet from the septic field. There is a document uploaded that shows where other septic and wells of surrounding properties are located.
-We would like a master on the first floor away from the other bedrooms with its own outdoor space. 4 bedrooms total with two bedrooms on the second floor but it could be 3 bedrooms up each needs its own bath. or 2 and 2
-The ceiling heights need to be at least 10ft. my husband is 6'5"
-I would love a center courtyard,
-Need 3 garages. Would like the garage on the side of the house so you can't see it on the approach to the house.
A second floor deck spaces would be nice as to the SE is the Deschutes river and SW is Mt. Bachelor.
-Covered outdoor entertaining area with fireplace at back of house
-We love the idea of stucco and rock. We do live in the high desert so summer temperatures are hot and winter is cold with lots of snow.
-The floors will be wood or tile and we would like a radiant floor system for heating the home using a boiler system.
-Windows and doors need to be large and interior doors preferably 8ft. Possible a nano-wall type system.
-We want to keep the cost down so affordability is important in the design.
-I am not so concerned with the finishes on the interior at this point. More the layout and ease of livability.
-The kitchen needs to be pretty large with an eating area and island. I don't care if I have a formal dining room or not.
-Some of the plans that I uploaded - I love the center courtyards and open layouts.
I would like the home to be no more then 3400sq ft.
-An outdoor shower/ dog wash area would be nice.
-We have 5 kids so it needs to be livable.
-Roof needs to be flat cement tiles or rubber tiles or something like that, as we are in a fire zone. Not spanish tile